ASVAB - Assembling Objects (AO)

Students appearing for the computerized version of the ASVAB have to solve 16 Assembling Objects (AO) questions in 15 minutes.

Candidates taking the pencil and paper version of the ASVAB have to solve 25 Assembling Objects (AO) questions in 15 minutes.

Question Modeling & Syllabi Brief

The following are the concepts from which you shall have to face questions in this sub-test:

  • Question outline: Some of the questions have a series of diagrams, which have to be organized in a particular form. The instructions regarding the organization of the diagrams are provided in the question.
  • Questions where two or more points have to be joined: These questions consist of figures which have a particular point or points marked on them. The points are usually denoted as (a), (b), (c), (d) etc. You will have to organize the figures in such a manner that straight lines can be drawn between the points

How to Improve Your Skills

Preparing for an examination like Assembling Objects (AO) can prove to be quite tricky, because to solve these questions you will have to primarily rely on common sense. Furthermore, the widespread notion is that common sense cannot be cultivated.

There is no alternative to practice and if you want to ace this sub-test you must solve as many such questions as you can. As you solve Assembling Objects (AO) questions, you will see that the process for solving the problem is given in the question itself.

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